So with that in mind , what else could I do but fill in the space with some more yarn. I took this flower shot last year in Florida I loved the colour and really wanted a yarn in those shades .
I think I was a eureka moment when I spotted this skein of Malabrigo.yarns have extraordinary colours and wonderful grip and texture .It always makes me feel like I am as talented as Kaffe Fassett and his delightful colour alchemy when I use Noro yarns .I love watching the colours emerge.
Two balls of Rowan's silkystones ,a melange of toussah silk & linen, and each shade is a soft subtle blend of shades. Very soft to the touch. I don't have any plans as yet I just like playing with new yarns,I imagine it will be very cool to wear but I'm not sure what it will look like after washing as linens do tend to fade and can sometimes feel a little coarse I am hoping the tussah silk keeps it soft.
I have just finished reading this fabulous book. A 17-year-old high school student who has endured years of verbal and physical abuse at the hands of his classmates. Even his best friend, Josie Cormier has succumbed to peer pressure and is now part of the gang that instigates the abuse. One final act of bullying sends him over the edge and he commits an act of violence that will forever change the lives of the town's residents.
The overriding theme of the novel is the question that do we ever really know the people closest to us? what does it mean to be different? Is it ever OK for a victim to strike back? And who really has the right to judge someone else
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